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I bought a 62 plate automatic juke in the UK with 19000 miles and it's broken!

My mechanic tells me the gearbox is broken and I dont know what to do Im pulling my hair out. I bought it private and didn't know this was a common fault. Where should I get it fixed in the UK that is good price and that gives the longest warranty?

I cant afford going to a nissan dealer and I've seen that stephens engineering has a few scary reviews...


Please can someone help me in any way possible, I just want my car to work and not have to pay al of the money I have left or worry about it in 6-12 months
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Mechanics aren't known for being precise. Does he/she mean broken but fixable or broken beyond mending? How much experience does your mechanic have with auto gearboxes in general and Nissan in particular?

What is your vehicles spec, ie. is it the CVT or the AWD?

You may be able to source a replacement gearbox from, for example, a breaker's yard or similar (have a good search online to get an idea of the cost, but you absolutely must be sure you are getting the correct box for your model and year.

Assuming that Stephens Engineering is your local firm, but there are numerous companies that repair or replace, as required, for example:

http://www.aaagearboxes.co.uk/

However if your car is undriveable, you would have to factor in transportation costs, may a couple of hundred?

If you are looking for a 'fix' that includes a warranty, check this with your chosen repairer first, or you may be stuck with Nissan.

Good luck!
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I know it's a little naughty but! You could buy an extended warranty from an external company, leave it a few weeks and then claim on it? Naughty but nice ;-)
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